Exige Sport 350

EXIGE

SPORT 350

Features

PERFORMANCE

PERFORMANCE* Manual
Max power 345 hp at 7000 rpm (350 PS) (258kW)
Max torque 295 lbft at 4500 rpm (400 Nm)
0-100 km/h 3.9 seconds
Max speed 170 mph (274 km/h)
Kerb weight 1130 kg

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Exige Sport 410

Exige

Sport 410

Features

PERFORMANCE

PERFORMANCE* Manual
Max power 410 hp at 7000 rpm (416 PS) (305 kW)
Max torque 310 lbft from 3,500 rpm (420 Nm)
0-100 km/h 3.4 seconds
Max speed 180 mph (290 km/h)
Kerb weight 1108 kg

Highlights

WEIGHT

Reflecting its Sport nomenclature, the new Exige Sport 410 treads the fine balance of cars that retain their focus on road driving yet remain supremely responsive and agile. Whilst Lotus’ Cup variants are developed with circuit driving at heart, the Sport models are tuned to provide the perfect balance of performance, agility and power delivery for the road. Working from Lotus’ standpoint as the leader in lightweight design, every gram has been justified, from the standard lightweight carbon front splitter and access panel at the front to the side pods, tailgate and wing at the rear. Distinctive in its appearance, thanks to wider aperture grilles in the new front clam panel, the Exige Sport 410’s revised aero configuration provides total downforce of 150 kg (60 kg at the front and 90 kg at the rear); developed through extensive CFD modelling and wind tunnel testing in order to preserve the car’s handling balance and high-speed stability.

Exige 430 CUP

Exige

430 CUP

Features

PERFORMANCE

PERFORMANCE* Manual
Max power 430 hp at 7000 rpm (436 PS)
Max torque 325 lbft at 2,600 rpm to 6,800 rpm (440 Nm)
0-100 km/h 3.3 seconds
Max speed 180 mph (290 km/h)
Kerb weight 1093 kg

Highlights

WEIGHT

As you would expect, the intense use of ultra-lightweight carbon fibre only adds to the overall performance, as well as reinforcing the Exige 430 Cup's physical presence. The hand-made composite components include front splitter, front access panel, roof, diffuser surround, large aperture air-intake side pods, one-piece tailgate and the race derived rear wing. Scratch the surface of the Cup’s capabilities, and you’ll find its motorsport-derived credentials. In addition to revised steering arm geometry, to increase bump steer, the car’s handling characteristics can be altered via the introduction of new Nitron three-way adjustable dampers (adjustable for rebound and low and high-speed compression, giving the ability to fine tune the damping) and Eibach adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars, both as standard.